26 minutes | Aug 16th 2020

17 August 2020 | GF Oats Australia

Well Hello Toowoomba,Welcome to EP 27 of the Talkin Toowoomba podcast. This week we are delighted to speak with a go getter in our region. Kylie Hollands from GF Oats Australia. A small business in Highfields, making a big noise in the local community. We really admire people with such a passion for our community and small business, so it's great to be able to share the love.Do you know you can listen to us on Spotify, as well as your fav podcast app.
Now Let's get on with show.
In News of the Week
The Council has opened the newly finished Charlton Council Depot last Thursday and this will be the principal depot for the council, with staff from around the region moving there progressively over the next 6 months.In great news for boaties, those that love to fish and picnic, picnic facilities near the dam wall and also Loveday Cove, are now open again at Cooby Dam.And lastly the Murphy's Creek Chilli and Chocolate Festival will be going ahead in 2020. Dates have changed to coincide with the first weekend of the Carnival of Flowers. it will now be known as The Murhpy's Creek Chilli Chocolate and Cheese Festival.What's On brought to you by the Toowoomba Regional Council
Monday Aug 17 sees The Leaders in Business online August meet-up, starts at 6:30pm see the FB event for details.
Thursday Aug 20 The Canvas Co-working general member meeting is on from 1230. Members see the website for RSVP detailsFriday Aug 21 sees the Classic Beauty Therapy Winter Wonderland Long Lunch on again from 11:30 till 5 pm orif you are into golf Two Square Events is holding the This is a Conversation Starter Charity Golf day from 1130 am see FB For both these events see their respective FB events for further details and tickets.
Also on Friday Aug 21 at Empire Theatre Best of the Bee Gees with Colin Petersen tickets at the Empire Theatre website.
Markets
Please support our local markets
Saturday 22 AugustThe Toowoomba Farmers markets on from 08am under the windmill at Cobb n Co museum
Sunday the 16ththe Toowoomba PCYC Markets at the PCYC Toowoomba from 06 amand the return of The Makers Markets at the Mills Precinct Ruthven St 8 am till 1 pm
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